The gardens surrounding Bolton Castle in Wensleydale are to reopen to the public on March 29.
In line with current Government guidelines, the gardens, including maze and vineyard, will be open throughout the Easter holidays.
The castle’s falconry displays will also restart from April 12 in line with zoo re-opening guidance and the castle tearoom and shop will re-open from May 17.
A spokesperson said: “In the meantime, brush away those cobwebs and stretch those legs.
“The castle makes a superb backdrop to our gorgeous gardens and as spring finally arrives, our visitors can enjoy our burgeoning gardens and superb views.
“We ask visitors to continue to wear masks, practice social distancing and use our hand sanitisers until we are advised otherwise.
“If at all possible, please book entry tickets ahead online.
“Alternatively, we will provide a tented ticket office within the gardens.
“Garden tickets start at just £4.50 per adult.
“We look forward to welcoming you back.”
For more information and to book tickets visit https://www.boltoncastle.co.uk/